Tessa's falling hard for Greek myths. She just can't seem to get enough of last week's story and The Minotaur and this week's Trojan Horse, so I tried to find as many versions of the stories as possible to tide her over to her next obsession.
- Looked up and defined HO dictionary word for Lesson 11, Main Lesson.
- Read Usborne: Ancient World by Fiona Chandler (pages 24-27).
- Completed draw and color.
- Completed HO map work for Lesson 11, Main Lesson.
- Read The Trojan Horse: How the Greeks Won the War by Emily Little.
- Read "Trojan Horse" (page 34) from Modern Rhymes About Ancient Times: Ancient Greece by Susan Altman.
- Watched "The Trojan Horse" cartoon by Mel-O-Toons via YouTube.
- Completed "Trojan Horse Paper Craft" by DLTK's Crafts for Kids.
- Watched Ancient Civilizations for Children: Ancient Aegean DVD by Schlessinger Media.
Download Nintendo "Glory of Heracles" Trojan Horse Paper Craft.
|Tessa's completed Trojan Horse paper craft. She colored it and then helped put the wheels on. I did the cutting and most of the assembly to save on time and frustration.|
Other Resources of Interest
* HO = History Odyssey
- Wondrous Myths & Legends: Mystery/Deception DVD - Sony Wonder from Netflix (Not the best retelling, but available, none the less.)